interior design challenge
We invited three interior design writers to bring empty rooms to life in just one hour. Jesse Audubey, Cate St Hill and Caroline Rowland stepped into our studios and worked their magic on three blank rooms in this interior design challenge. We're in love with the beautiful, practical and inspiring spaces they managed to create in such a short time. Watch the video and read on to see the challenge unfold.
shop by room - our top picks
Caroline Rowland created a colourful gender-neutral children's bedroom with the right mix of grown-up and child-friendly elements. Our favourite was the Taylor Triangles bedding that set the colour scheme for the rest of the room.
Cate St Hill created a calming and restful living room space with Scandinavian-inspired furniture. We can't get enough of the super-stylish rug that helped balance the room. Explore our range of homewares and furniture to find pieces that will bring your room to life.
Meet the interior design writers
Jesse writes at Hecticophilia and has a keen eye on the latest home and design trends. Passionate about mid-century modern-inspired design, Jesse used them as a major inspiration for her bedroom transformation. She describes her room as retro, minimal and textured.visit hecticophilia
Caroline is the editor of 91 Magazine and also writes Patchwork Harmony - an interior design blog. Her personal style is all about mixing vintage and modern elements and she used this technique to transform the children's bedroom.visit Patchwork Harmony
Cate St Hill
Cate is an architecture and design journalist at Blueprint magazine and writes her own blog on her own interior design inspirations. Cate used Scandinavian and minimalist design to inform her style for the challenge. She used sleek, timeless accessories to help frame the room.visit Cate St Hill